Introduction: I. Seneca's Satire as an historical document. II. The question of authorship and the name Apocolocyntosis. II. Menippean satire and its style. IV. Literary parallels. V. Manuscripts. VI. Editions and commentators. Bibliography.--Senecae Apocolocyntosis, text.--Translation.--Notes
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